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Intel has predicted some 5 billion M2M network connections by 2015 and Ericsson 50 billion by 2020. Internet traffic growth By 2010, global Internet Protocol (IP) traffic was equivalent to the inhabitant of each OECD country sending about four DVDs or 24 CDs every month. IP traffic has grown exponentially since 1984 (Chapter 5). Growth is forecast to continue unabated in all regions in the coming few years as ultra-fast fibre connectivity is deployed, new services leveraging very fast connectivity are launched, and penetration levels worldwide increase and the Internet becomes truly global.

In the United States, a National Broadband Plan was delivered by the FCC to Congress in March 2010, which recommended the creation of a “Connect America Fund” (CAF) to support the provision of affordable broadband and voice services with at least 4 Mbps actual download speeds. Meanwhile, the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) is responsible for managing the Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP) and the State Broadband Data and Development (SBDD) Program, which aim to expand broadband infrastructure and encourage sustainable adoption.

G. international mobile roaming, mobile termination). As a result, policy makers and regulators are considering ways in which to improve competition dynamics in these markets (Chapter 2). One of the key trends in OECD countries in recent years has been the growth of bundled services and the appeal of these packages to consumers and operators. Operators bundle voice with video and data services as a way to increase revenues and help foster service loyalty. This loyalty is particularly beneficial to operators during economic downturns because households often value one of the services more than the others and choose to remain a subscriber rather than cancelling an entire bundle.

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